Roy's People Art Fair Supported By Art Republic

Free Tickets

Bargehouse, London | 12th – 15th April 2018

Artists

We have carefully selected for you some of our favourite artists. Here you can find information of each artist who has shown at a Roy’s People Art Fair including exhibitions, achievements and sample works.

Bio:

Carol Bruton was born in Toronto, Canada and now lives and works in the South of France.

Carol swims in the sea throughout the year and has received world wide recognition for her WATER series. In her latest series, she has created a global shape with the finely defined bubbles representing oceans and seas. Carol’s work is increasingly to be found on yachts, island resorts, homes etc – representing the niche of collectors that is looking for artwork that is both stunning and that also highlights our urgent need to purify our oceans.

Recently chosen as Saatchi’s Artist of the Day, Carol’s work is also being profiled in
VOGUE UK EDITION
WORLD OF INTERIORS UK EDITION
TATLER UK EDITION
HOUSE AND GARDENS UK EDITION

2 paintings ‘The Blue Large’ sold at Christies of London

SOLO SHOWS include:


2000 UBS (Monaco) Bank, Monaco
2000 Merrill Lynch Bank, Monaco
2001 Exhibition on the 'Hebridean Spirit' opened by HRH The Princess Royal at Edinburgh, Scotland
2002 Place du Trocadero, Paris, France
2003 Lloyds Bank, Cannes, France
2004 Forum Grimaldi, Monaco
2004 Grant Gallery, 7 Mercer St, New York, USA
2007 Sistani Design, London
2007 Forum Grimaldi
2008 Maretti Arte Monaco
2008 Jersey City Museum, New York, USA
2010 Exhibition in showroom Curzon Street, Mayfair, London
2011 Artbridge.biz, 5a Cork St, Mayfair, London
2013 Winner of Emilio Vedova Award for Best Abstract Art, Il Segno
2014 Art Basel, Miami
2017 Art Bastion Gallery, Miami
2017 Beijing Biennale, China


Art critic Terry Graham writes: "The charm of her paintings is starkly terrestrial - suited for the age of Dubuffet. There is a sense of aphasia, a groping muteness in her paintings, a crying out for expression. There is no levity in infatuation, but rather obsession. But the sombreness is esthetic and occassionally the obsessions if magnificent".


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